2019 LOL European Championship Spring

The European LOL Championship Series (EU LCS) is replaced by the LOL European Championship (LEC) for 2019 and onwards. The European league has joined the likes of LPL and NA LCS in franchising the league, meaning that the promotion and relegation has been removed. All of the teams competing has bought their way in and have been approved by Riot Games as owners.

The European Championship will continue to be broadcasted and played from the studios in Berlin as they have been in the EU LCS. The action is set to kick off on the 18th of January of 2019.

Tournament Prize

  • PLACE
  • REWARD
  •     Place 1st
  • $ 90,700
  •     Place 2nd
  • $ 56,600
  •     Place 3rd
  • $ 34,000
TOURNAMENT STARTS IN:

Ongoing

Januari 18, 2019

Regular Season



PARTICIPANTS

  • 1. GorillA
    2. Febiven
    3. sOAZ
    4. Hans Sama
    5. Maxlore
  • 1. Jankos
    2. Wunder
    3. Perkz
    4. Mikyx
    5. Caps
  • 1. Cabochard
    2. Jiizuké
    3. Mowgli
    4. Jactroll
    5. Attila
  • 1. Rekkles
    2. Hylissang
    3. Broxah
    4. Bwipo
    5. Nemesis
  • 1. Mithy
    2. Nukeduck
    3. Kold
    4. Alphari
    5. Patrik
  • 1. Sencux
    2. Kikis
    3. Profit
    4. Wadid
    5. HeaQ
  • 1. Kobbe
    2. Vizicsacsi
    3. Norskeren
    4. Xerxe
    5. humanoid
  • 1. igNar
    2. Odoamne
    3. Memento
    4. Upset
    5. Abbedagge
  • 1. Werlyb
    2. Pirean
    3. Dreams
    4. Selfmade
    5. Crownshot
  • 1. Caedrel
    2. KaSing
    3. Expect
    4. Special
    5. Exileh
    6. Mystiques
    7. Send0o
    8. Jeskla
    9. Innaxe
    10. Taxer
#     Team     Victories     Defeats     Draws
1 Misfits 2 0 0
2 G2 Esports 2 0 0
3 Team Vitality 1 1 0
4 Origen 1 1 0
5 Splyce 1 1 0
6 FC Schalke 04 1 1 0
7 SK Gaming 1 1 0
8 exceL eSports 1 1 0
9 Fnatic 0 2 0
10 Rogue 0 2 0

Playoffs



PARTICIPANTS

TBA
#     Team     Victories     Defeats     Draws